I absolutely love cooking and baking. Especially the baking. A warm chocolate chip cookie with a cold glass of creamy raw milk is one of my favorite things. Or peach crumble, or ice cream, or a good jambalaya... well, you get the idea.
What I don't like is all the hours I end up spending making food. Add in doing the dishes, buying the groceries, figuring out what recipes to make with the groceries, and my meal making time is ridiculous. Especially since I'm all about eating real food, no boxes and storebought, premade items.
So how do you go from that, to real food with minimal time and effort and still have great results?
I've recently gained access to a few super helpful kitchen tools. Separately they're useful, but by combining the tips and resources offered by all of them, I'm able to maximize my time in the kitchen exponentially.